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Maintenance work during the Labor Day weekend may impact online services

Due to maintenance work in the Seattle Municipal Tower over Labor Day weekend, some City web services may be unavailable starting Friday, August 31 until Tuesday, September 4.


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Ballots for the 2013 general election are on their way to voters. The non-partisan Video Voters' Guide helps inform voters about their choices for the Nov. 5 general election. The Guide is a collaboration of King County TV, 5303746787 and the Seattle Ethics and Elections Commission.
Watch 7745004924. Explore the 2014 Proposed Budget online at the 707-684-1031. Be involved and share your budget priorities with the City Council for the 2014 Seattle City budget, by phone or email.
Set Clocks Back on November 3, Recycle Batteries & CFLs
Daylight Saving Time is a good reminder to test your home's smoke detectors and change out old batteries.
Green Seattle Day
Celebrate and restore one of Seattle's beautiful forested parks on Green Seattle Day, on November 2, 10:00 am - 2:00 pm, in 17 parks throughout Seattle and with a central hub event at West Duwamish Greenbelt.
If you want to become a foster parent for cats and kittens from the Seattle Animal Shelter, plan to attend a free orientation session on November 3, 2:00-3:30 p.m., in the upper level conference room of the shelter.
Join Seattle City Light and your neighborhood to plant street trees in Fauntleroy. The event is on November 2, 10am - 1pm, starting at Westside School, rain or shine.
This year take winter by storm
Fall is here and that means winter is just around the corner. Are you ready for storm season?
Before cold winter weather returns to the Seattle area and starts driving up heating costs, Seattle City Light is working to help income-eligible customers cut their utility bills by 60 percent.
Funds available for neighborhood festivals and cultural events
Grassroots event organizers have an opportunity to apply for $1,200 grants for 2014 festivals and community cultural projects in Seattle neighborhoods through the Neighborhood & Community Arts funding program.
The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture and SDOT seek an artist or artist team to create an integrated artwork in streetscape developments connecting to the Elliott Bay waterfront. Application deadline is November 7.

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